Arthur G. Weinberg Resident Research Award given to Lori Racsa, D.O.
The Arthur G. Weinberg Resident Research Award was created to promote scientific research by residents in the Department of Pathology. The recipient has conducted an original research project or generated significant new information from observations of a single case during his/her pathology training at UT Southwestern.
A selection committee of faculty judges the manuscripts and bases their decision on scientific merit and clarity of presentation, including their judgment as to the potential significance of the paper to pathology literature.
Lori Racsa, D.O., earned this year's award for her manuscript, "Beta-globin gene sequencing of hemoglobin austin revises the historically-reported dlectrophoretic migration pattern." Lori will receive $500 and a small plaque. Her name will be engraved on a larger permanent plaque that hangs in the Chair's Office. Congratulations on a job well done.